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Big Blue: Juggs of Justice

by  CyberMase

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Language
English
Category
Adult
Age Rating
Adult

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There’s a new superheroine in town!  Yaelin, a.k.a. “Big Blue,” doesn’t need a cape, or a mask, or, well, any clothes at all.  They would only get in the way of her greatest asset — her heroic hooters, her righteous rack, her JUGGS OF JUSTICE.


You see, the blue beauty bashes bad-guys with her bodacious bazooms, mashes the malicious with her monumental melons and crushes criminals with her collosal cantaloupes.


And she’ll need those azure, ample airbags as she’ll be opposed by equally endowed enemies — blackhearted bitches with brobdingnabian bozangas.  Sinister sisters from Earth and from other worlds will challenge the chesty champion and plot to destroy the Earth with breasts (you’ll have to wait until the last issue to get the specifics on the malevolent machinations mustering mammaries).


Yaelin’s second greatest asset is her lover, Renato.  The heroine’s hapless honey supports the cobalt crusader, but discovers that his sexual fantasies aren’t that fantastic when floppies could fatally flatten a fellow.


Action, boobs, adventure, boobs, drama, boobs, comedy, boobs and some romance (that’s boob-related).


Will you enjoy it? To quote the world’s worst roulette player, “Always Bet on Blue!”

Official Publisher's Review

Looking at the comic book super-heroines of today, whether the mainstream heroic honeys or the hard-core hotties from the hentai, you’ll notice one thing.  Well . . . two things, specifically, their comically colossal cans, their preposterously pendulous pillows, their hilariously humungous hooters.  Given how long it would take to pull those things into spandex, I often wonder how they find the time to patrol the city.

Then I realized, no one ever made a story where the heroine’s impossibly large breasts ARE her super-power.  I pitched “a super-heroine who fights crime with her boobs” to Mariano Navarro and Hernán Cabrera and I heard them scream with joy despite the fact that we were corresponding via e-mail.

In “Big Blue” extra-terrestrial Yaelin, the eponymous heroine, protects the planet from peril with her powerhouse pontoons.  She’ll face equally bizarre villains and maybe find romance with a human, all in her journey to foil a plan to destroy the Earth with breasts (you’ll have to wait until the last issue to get the specifics on the malevolent machinations mustering mammaries).

It’s not just a bawdy book of bodacious boobs.  It IS a bawdy book of bodacious boobs, but it’s more than that.  The strong female character, intricate storytelling and eye-popping artwork will appeal to a broad range of readers.  Will you enjoy it?  To quote the world’s worst roulette player, “Always Bet on Blue!”